FoodSaver® Designer Canister Set
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- Contemporary design
- Use on countertop, in pantry or on refrigerator
- 3-piece set
Perfect for use on countertop, in the pantry or refrigerator. Not recommended for freezer use. 3-piece set of 3/4 quart, 1-1/2 quart, and 2-1/2 quart.
Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 117
Rated 2 out of 5 by Jack Poor product
I have bought 3 set of these - I've thrown 2 canisters away because they wouldn't seal. The remaining canisters no longer hold the seal but for a few minutes. I wouldn't buy these again or suggest them to anyone. There should be some kind of compensation for these. I live on a fixed income I have food saver because I live alone and thought it would save me money. Even some of the bags don't always hold a seal and they're not cheap
January 9, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Julie14 developed cracks.
Largest of the three canisters developed cracks. Did not put in Microwave, Freezer or dishwasher. Hand washed. Very disappointed.
January 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by YellowRose3 Product works great,
I've used my FoodSaver for over 8 years and had one set of canisters for that same amount of time. Liked them so much I bought a second set. I've never had any problem with them cracking. There have been a few times the vacuum didn't hold, but when that happened I removed the rubber gasket from the lid along with the grey button that releases the vacuum and washed the seals along with the lid really well, let them dry, then put it all back together. Could be just the smallest particle of something can get in the seal and cause a problem with it holding the vacuum. Once cleaned those particles are removed and it will hold like new. May not be able to see anything on the seal, but it can be there, whether sugar crystal, coffee grind, dust, etc.
Use to store sugar, flour, coffee, and loose tea.
January 6, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by GunDoc Easy fix
I know you would like the canisters to hold a vac, but when they crack and you still need to use them, try placing a strip of clear postal packaging tape (the heavy duty type) on the crack and extending past the end of the crack. Your canisters should hold their vacuum and the tape will hold up to several hand washings before it will need to be replaced.
Let's hope the company finds a solution to the cracking problem. Maybe reinforcing ribs on the bottom of the canisters would work?
January 4, 2013
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